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How Can Poor Oral Health Impact Your Body?

 

You know the common results of neglecting to follow a healthy oral care regimen – bad breath, potential cavities and irritated gums are problems that are likely to surface. Unfortunately, however, there are even greater risks. Many people don’t realize just how important it is to take care of your mouth, as it’s the door to the rest of the body. Without a proper oral care routine, your immune system is put in jeopardy, which may lead to a number of chronic conditions in the future.

To open your eyes even wider, here are a few of the serious consequences that may develop if you don’t take care of your teeth:

Cardiovascular Disease
According to the Cleveland Clinic, certain studies have found that harmful bacteria in the mouth that lead to the development of periodontal disease can also move into the bloodstream. This bacteria then cause a spike in C-reactive protein, which can inflame blood vessels and increase one’s risk for experiencing a stroke or developing heart disease.

Pregnancy Complications
Did you know that bad oral health can lead to complications during pregnancy? According to research conducted by the Society for General Microbiology, bad bacteria found in the mother’s mouth can move into the bloodstream and transmit to the amniotic fluid of the unborn child. This can lead to premature delivery, premature contraction, an infection to the baby or low birth weight for the baby.

Pregnancy complications may occur without taking proper care of your oral cavity.Pregnancy complications may occur without taking proper care of your oral cavity.

Endocarditis
Research led by Peter B. Lockhart from the Department of Oral Medicine at the Carolinas Medical Center determined that poor oral hygiene is a risk factor for developing endocarditis-related bacteremia. Endocarditis occurs when bacteria from a certain area of the body makes its way to the heart from the blood stream, which can cause infection, fever and fatigue.

Other conditions that may be linked to oral health include diabetes, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s disease and even certain cancers.

How to Prioritize Oral Wellness
To ensure your oral cavity is always in prime condition, make sure to brush and floss daily, eliminate refined sugars from your diet and visit the dentist regularly. We also recommend taking the extra step by supplementing with our Oral Health Probiotics. Our unique product is made up of beneficial ingredients, including the clinically-proven BLIS K12 probiotic strain, and works its way from the oral cavity down to the gastrointestinal tract, providing the utmost protection for the digestive tract while supporting the immune system. Not only does it build strong teeth and gums, but it also helps to support healthy ears, nose, throat and sinuses and is beneficial for all age groups.

What are you waiting for? It’s time to stop neglecting your oral cavity and start taking our Oral Health Probiotics today.

Comments

  1. Wow! This is some good information. I guess a person would never have thought about bad stuff in your mouth would have a impact on the body. I use the oral health probiotic and I have seen great results from using it. I will have to share with others and let them know how important it is to use a good supplement like the oral health.

  2. Neil Trotter September 25, 2017

    Hi, Could you inquire to see if tooth cavities have a direct influence on eye problems including cataracts and glaucoma. Keep up the too work. Pastor Neil Trotter and may God bless your ministry.

  3. Angela Solomon September 26, 2017

    Great reminder to take care of our teeth and gums! The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator from Hallelujah Diet works great to help clean the teeth and gums!

  4. Most people have no clue that your oral health can negatively impact your overall health if left unchecked. Harmful bacteria can find it’s way into your bloodstream and eventually affect your heart. Yet another reason to make sure to properly clean and care for your teeth and gums.

  5. It seems HA is promoting products more than menu/diet advice

  6. Oral health is so important! Thank you for this information. Oral health probiotic is wonderful!

  7. Alicia peruzzi July 12, 2021

    What was your oral probiotic advice
    I am very sick and it shows in my mouth
    I have to take care of both bottom partial and top
    I really need to tack care of the few that are left cause they are the ancors

    • Melody Hord July 12, 2021

      Hi Alica, Hallelujah Diet carries an oral irrigator called a Hydro Floss to get out debris the brush and regular floss cannot get. They carry the oral probiotics to help proliferate good bacteria in the mouth.
      A person can rinse the mouth with Silver biotics.
      Another thing I like to do is mix a little hydrogen peroxide with water and swish with that. My dental hygienist asked me to rinse with hydrogen peroxide and water before she cleaned my teeth, right after the coronavirus pandemic started.
      So those are a few things that may help the mouth, teeth, and gums.
      As for the body, Hallelujah Diet recommends a minimum of 2 glasses of freshly extracted vegetable juice daily. If there is a chronic condition, Hallelujah Diet urges 6 glasses of freshly extracted juice daily. Juicing provides a vast amount of phytochemicals the body can absorb with ease.
      If you click HERE, it is a link to a typical looking day on the Hallelujah Diet.

  8. really learned something today.had a heart attack 2 years ago.live and learn.

  9. Annette Whitworth July 13, 2021

    This again was great news. I will keep sharing with my family and friends how important it is to take care of your mouth! I talk and tell them about the things we need to take care of bye using alot of HA supplements. Thanks again.

  10. Angela July 13, 2021

    I truly believe in good oral health habits. Brush, floss and use a good mouthwash. Also the Hallelujah Diet Oral Health Probiotics is a really great supplement to use to help with good oral hygiene.

  11. Connie July 13, 2021

    I agree it is very important to make oral health a priority. The health of our gums and teeth has a direct effect on the health of the rest of the body.

  12. Lori Tom July 21, 2021

    I have an upper denture and no bottom teeth for about 18 years. I am ON APPLE HEALTH CARE. CAN I GET BOTTOM IMPLANTS?

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